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15 Jul 19
sissy delights

A Lady’s Sissy Maid – Day One Steve was single and it had been awhile since he was in a meaningful relationship, so one Saturday afternoon, he was aimlessly perusing a local fetish contact newspaper when a particular ad caught his eye. It read: “Sissy Maid Sought by Refined Beauty” Classy, beautiful and refined lady […]

15 Jul 19
WordPrompt

As the sun just crested the horizon the 3 men got into the truck holding steaming paper cups of coffee, like the holy grail, before them. Snow and ice lay thick from the night before; too early to be cleared away yet, they drove without haste across town. As they slowed to turn a corner, […]

15 Jul 19
kaicreationsblog

Last Era Book 1- The Six Lords Prologue A boy sat in a bare cramped room with only a table in front of him and a chair across from him. He tried to move but his wrists were tied down to his chair arms and ankles to the chair legs. He waited for what seemed […]

15 Jul 19
Taryn Does Stuff

Down the Mountain Once I got to Starbucks, ordered my double shot espresso, and had some unrelated banter with the barista I had come to know (we both liked each other’s Dr. Martens boots), I sat down to try and make sense of what happened. I knew that I wasn’t going to get much work […]

15 Jul 19
From The Darkness Into The Light

Dreaming Amidst the Shattered Glass MEREDITH HOUSTON CARR   Listen to this devotion   July 15, 2019   “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be the glory in the church and in Christ […]

15 Jul 19
Wisdom on Wings

After a long stretch of cold and dreary winter days, spring has finally arrived in northwestern Pennsylvania, bringing with it a bounty of new life! Just the other day I was watching a family of mallard ducklings search for food among the aquatic vegetation in a nearby pond when, as occurs often this time of year, I […]

15 Jul 19

        In an incredible first, scientists have captured the world’s first actual photo of quantum entanglement – a phenomenon so strange, physicist Albert Einstein famously described it as ‘spooky action at a distance’.

15 Jul 19
A Flatter Me - Unconventional Curves

I worked at the Cooperative Extension Office in Lebanon, Ohio in the early 1990’s. Our office was in a small building shared by a variety of service orientated businesses, including several non-profit organizations. Neil Armstrong, who owned a dairy farm north of town, served as a board trustee to a non-profit housed in the building […]

15 Jul 19
suziland too or obsolete childhood

Monday is Mel’s day for sharing her world and asking about ours. check her out here.   Mel’s questions:   Why do we seem to respect the dead more than the living? Why is beauty associated with morality?  Or not?   (a few weeks back I asked a similar question, but the key word was MORTALITY, […]

15 Jul 19
Gutter Magi

“You gonna kick that thing or what?” I was staring at a bucket. Wrought iron, about knee high. Big ol’ thing. Could probably kill someone with that.  “Why does my mind always wander to violence, man?” “Beats me, man. Maybe it’s just the default state of things. How it all ends up eventually. Easy answers […]

15 Jul 19
Stuck in Fiction

I got way too many books in June, but I promise there’s an explanation haha! I went away on holiday at the end of the month and got a few Kindle books in advance. And I visited a few bookshops whilst I was away and picked up a few more. I don’t know what it […]

15 Jul 19
Summer's End Translations

< Previous Chapter | Table of Contents | Next Chapter > It was already 4 am. The sky was still cloudy from the rain. My hands shook as I frantically dialed Yin Xuan’s number. But her phone was off. I left a voicemail, but the unfamiliar, strange tone of the machine left me uneasy. In […]

15 Jul 19
RV & Travel Lifestyle

With the beauty of the green valley spread below us, a stunningly vivid blue sky above us, and the warmth of the sun soaking into our skin, we crossed the state line into Maryland. Stopping at the Welcome Center for photos (it truly was a picturesque moment!) we found travel information for tourist attractions along […]

15 Jul 19
chelsfblg

Anxiety has changed me as a person so much. It’s kept me away from so many things, so many people. It’s stopped me from doing so many fun things, even the things that I’d love to do. It’s caused so many arguments within my relationship, because the things that are a huge deal to me […]

15 Jul 19
Mixed Pennys - And Other Loose Change

The silence would have settled around me if not for the clicking of the grandfather clock, echoing through the foyer.  Tom had run away from me, again.  Was this moving too fast?  Maybe I shouldn’t have held his hand…  I laughed at the thought.  “Maybe you shouldn’t have done a lot of things…” I murmured […]